Tag: Online beauty magazine

MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine

It’s hard to believe that Autumn is actually here… Which means that it’s time for a new edition of Makeup4all Magazine.

I am very excited to introduce the Creative Directors of two of modern iconic beauty brands – BECCA’s Rebecca Morrice Williams and Gina Brooke from Hourglass who share their insider experiences in the beauty industry, plus their top beauty tips in this exclusive interview.

Makeup4all Fall 2011 Beauty Magazine Preview

I am sorry that it is taking me so long to finish the Fall magazine. But I am very happy with the content as some of my favourite brands and people took a part in it!

If you are a regular reader of  Makeup4All, you won’t be surprised at all…

So we will have some special and exclusive material about BECCA and Hourglass Cosmetics; Daniel Sandler shares his tips on how to create a Make-Up Artist’s portfolio and our favourite bloggers share some of their beauty tips and tricks.

As usual, there will be an article on the hottest products of the season and the shopping list.

I have to admit that the True Blood section is not ready yet and I am now hesitating if I need to include it after all so I would love to hear your opinion.

I can’t wait to show you the results and hope that you will like it!

MakeUp4All SPRING 2011 Online Beauty Magazine: Our First Anniversary

At last I am happy to present the newest addition of Makeup4all Magazine for SPRING 2011.

Spring is here and it’s time for the new issue of Makeup4all Magazine. As it is our first anniversary I’ve decided to make some changes and I really hope that you will like them. The hottest topic of this issue is diversity. Do you love pastels or brights, will you splash out or save, are you a rock diva or a slick chick? One thing is for sure, there are choices for everyone.

In this issue we have two brilliant Make-Up Artists who are amazing and creative, yet both have their own stunning, unique style. The edgy and innovative Alex Box creates mind blowing images and stretches the boundaries of make-up artistry, while Lisa Eldridge specialises in modern aspirational and sophisticated looks. Their work reflects their personality – Alex is a Creative Director for British alternative brand Illamasqua and Lisa is Creative Director for the British brand No7. In this issue you can find out more about Lisa’s latest project, Chanel Confidential.

We have gathered the best Spring 2011 makeup collections for you to choose from, my personal wish list and, as usual, created an tempting shopping list. We share the hottest makeup trends from the SS 2011 runways.

This season is all about

MakeUp4All Holiday 2010 Online Beauty Magazine

The holiday magazine is finally here! It is  full of holiday presents and if you do your  holiday shopping in the last minute just like me you will find it very helpful I hope!

I would love to thank the amazing people who helped me with it:

  • Nonie Creme, Creative Director of  butter LONDON and Alexandra for their time and interview.
  • Nadin, Ruth, Zu and Lynnette, the lovely ladies from the Beauty Insiders section.
  • All the wonderful beauty bloggers for being a part of this project, I really appreciate it.
  • My dear friend BritishBeautyBlogger for helping me with the editing the final version of my text!
  • I would also like to thank Thijs, Jessica and Mary.

“The Holidays are almost here! We’ve already started decorating our homes and offices and of course, tackling the shopping. One of the best things about the Holidays is choosing beautiful gifts for friends and family (and finding a gorgeous palette or two for ourselves to celebrate our achievements!). There are so many amazing deals, value sets and gifts-with-purchase making it easy to get lost with the variety and choice, but we’ve made it easy for you. Follow our gift guide to help you choose the best beauty presents for your loved ones, picked out by beauty industry insiders and beauty bloggers.

You want a truly special party look? Why not

Makeup4All Magazine: How It Was Created and FAQS

I’ve got so many comments and questions about the first issue of the on-line magazine Makeup4All that I just have to make this post and tell you about everything. Also I would like to tell you how I got this idea and how did it all come together. But first of all I want to thank you all from thew bottom of my heart for all the lovely comments, e-mails and tweets that I got. You support means so much to me!

Where from did I get the idea and how it all started?

I’ve always wanted to do something special for the blog but didn’t know what. So one day I was chatting with Mr. (yes, he has to listen about my blog, about how much I need a new Chanel lipstick and a new purse etc. ) and he told me: “Well, you waste (I’d say spend) money on magazines so why don’t you make your own?!” I was shocked. Like how can I make my own magazine? So many people work on it: writers, editors, photographers, stylists, designers, make-up artists  etc. How can I make it myself? Are you crazy? But he would never stop. We were talking about it since summer (or even last spring) and this winter I finally gave up. It was a huge challenge. But I love to risk sometimes. I was also curious about the results.

What the process looked like?

Probably the most difficult part was to think about the content. I was brainstorming it for a long time. When I finally had some ideas I was looking for photos and Press Releases. I also wanted to have some tutorials and interviews. So  I contacted people and brands. So many never answered so I would like to thank all of you who did. The idea to make it a Spring issue came later because at first I didn’t know what would be the main topic of this all.

Who helped me?